Glenlossie is a beautiful distillery in Speyside, with some splendid pagoda roofs and stunning onion-shaped stills. It was founded in the latter half of the 1800s, and since the early 1900s, it has been closely associated with Haig’s blended whisky - you know, the ones with the cool-shaped bottled, the one that was on that TV show about the science teacher and his foray into… Well, yeah. Anyway, Glenlossie. Onion-shaped stills. What we did was we made it look like the still on the label is actually made of an onion, and has a spring onion line arm and garlic-bulb condenser. We like similes and metaphors.
Nose: Cake mix with hints of desiccated coconut. floral notes and dry grasses follow
Palate: Coconut creams, malty, grassy, and a peppery spice builds
Finish: Malty, grassy, hints of anise, while the peppery spices linger